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Invest in Regular Lawn Mowing Services

On average, you should mow your lawn once a week to promote healthy growth and avoid unsightly patches. Avoid cutting too much at once, which can damage your lawn.

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Apply High-Quality Fertilizer to Help Your Turf Thrive

Lawn fertilization promotes grass health. A slow-release fertilizer can promote consistent growth throughout the season. As with most things, you need to maintain a careful balance. Adding too much fertilizer all at once can attract insects and lead to disease. Always use the right fertilizer for your specific plants.

Let Grass Clippings Decompose on Your Lawn

Don’t pick up grass clippings after the mowing is done. By letting them decompose naturally, you make sure the nutrients return to the soil to feed the living grass.

Maintain a Functional Irrigation System

One of the best ways to maintain your lawn is to make sure it gets enough water—especially in the summer. The easiest way to do so is with an automatic sprinkler system. Unlike watering with a hose, sprinkler systems provide even watering for seamless green grounds.

Clean Your Yard in the Fall

If you want your lawn to look good for the spring, make sure to pick up all the leaves in the fall. Fall is also a good time to prune your shrubs and hedges.

Mow Your Lawn a Final Time Before the First Frost of the Year

Timing is everything when it comes to the final lawn mowing service of the year. Perform your final lawn mowing service before the first frost arrives to avoid damaging or killing your grass.

Avoid Expensive Lawn Repairs by Staying off Your Lawn in the Winter

Reduce the amount of foot traffic your commercial lawn sees in the winter. Grass is more brittle when it’s dormant and can be easily damaged.

Hire a Professional Landscaping Company

At the end of the day, the best way to guarantee a gorgeous lawn is to hire a reliable landscaping company. Timmy's Tree & Landscaping LLC provides a vast range of lawn care services to keep your grounds looking great—no matter the season. Contact our team of landscaping experts today to learn more about how we can give you a lawn you’ll love.

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